COVID-19: New Zealand declared coronavirus-free, to lift all restrictions

COVID-19: New Zealand declared coronavirus-free, to lift all restrictions

- New Zealand is now coronavirus-free, the country's health ministry has declared

- Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says coronavirus restrictions will be lifted from Tuesday, June 9

- As it stands, the country has no active case of the deadly disease

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New Zealand's health ministry has declared the country free of COVID-19, joining other countries that have already done the same.

According to Reuters, New Zealand has no active case of the deadly disease for the first time since February 28.

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Arden said: “While the job is not done, there is no denying this is a milestone ... Thank you, New Zealand.

“We are confident we have eliminated transmission of the virus in New Zealand for now, but elimination is not a point in time, it is a sustained effort.”

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In another interesting report by, the former captain of the Black Stars, Stephen Appiah, has narrated to the surprise of everyone how his greatness came out of extreme humility and by serving others.

Stephen Appiah, who has also been on the management board of the senior national team of Ghana, made the eye-popping statements in a JoyNews Extra interview sighted by on the Instagram handle of Blagogee.

According to the football icon, he used to serve anyone ahead of him without any ego and still does so anytime he meets the people who came before him.

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